List of Cebuano words starting with the letter B - Page 184

bungot

Cebuano

n. beard



bungot

Cebuano

whisker


bungsì

Cebuano

see busngì.


bungsud

Cebuano

n. general term for fish corrals; v. 1. make, make into a fish corral; 2. catch in a fish corral; 3. drive something elongated into the ground, dash something straight to the ground. Ang yútang gibungsúran níya sa talibugsuk, The soil where he drove the stakes into. Ibungsud ta kag ímu kung samúkun, I’ll smash you into the ground if you bother me. bungsuran n. fish corral. bungsuránan n. place where fish corrals are built. binungsúran n. fish caught in a fish corral.


bungtod

Cebuano

mound


bungtod

Cebuano

n. hill


bungtod

Cebuano

n. ridge


bungtud

Cebuano

n. 1. hill; 2. anthill. hiN- v. reach a place one has gone up to. Nakahimungtud na siya sa kadunggánan, He has arrived at the height of his fame. kabungtúran n. hills.


búngug

Cebuano

v. 1. be deafened, stunned. Makabúngug nga butu, Deafening explosion. Mabúngug kag maigù ka sa ákung kúmù, You’ll be stunned if my fist hits you; 2. stunning because of size or the amount, usually said of food. Makabúngug nga bangkíti, A banquet of stunning proportions. Páa nga makabúngug, Thighs that bowl you over by their size. (→) n. yellowish secretion from an infected ear; v. have this yellowish secretion. Gibungug ang íyang dunggan, He has pus coming out of his ears. -un a. having a pussy infection.


bungul

Cebuano

a. 1. deaf. buta — blind and deaf. Táwung buta bungul, A deaf and blind man; 2. for a musical instrument or money not to be resonant; v. 1. be, become deaf; 2. wà maka- be not able to hear (joking use for makadungug). Wà ku makabungul sa ímung gisulti, I didn’t hear what you were saying; 3. for instruments or money to be, become unresonant. — nga lubi a. coconut at the stage just prior to ripening where the fruit is still so full of water it does not produce a sound when you shake it. (←) not to be on speaking terms.


bungul

Cebuano

n. kind of shark (pating).


bungul

Cebuano

n. unopened flower bud of a coconut. Ang dugà sa bungul mauy himúung tubà, The sap of the coconut bud is what is made into palm toddy. paN- v. for coconuts to develop flower buds.


see bulúngan.


búngun

Cebuano

n. space directly underneath the house or tree. Ang kanding túa gihukut sa búngun, The goat is tethered under the house; v. put or place something under something else. Gibúngun ba nímu ug tanum ang mga ságing sa mga lubi? Did you plant the bananas under the coconut trees?


búngut

Cebuano

n. 1. beard, mustache; 2. pubic hairs (euphemism). 3. see bulbul, 2; v. 1. for a beard to grow on one; 1a. have pubic hairs (euphemism). Gibúngut na lang mu piru magbinátà gihápun, You already have pubic hairs, but you are acting like children; 2. put a beard on something pa- v. allow one’s beard, mustache to grow. hiN- v. pluck or shave a beard or mustache. panghiN- v. pluck or shave one’s beard, mustache. bungutbungut n. 1. wooly, hairy material; 2. name given to grasses of waste places with numerous spikes: Chloris spp. bungutbúngut 1. see bungutbungut, 1; 2; n. tassel fish (Polynemus spp.), fishes with filamentous rays coming from under the head. -an n. general term for catfish. bungtan n. name given to goat fish (timbúngan) with long barbels on the face. hiN- n. something used to pluck or shave the beard or mustache. -un a. 1. bearded; 2. goon. Mudagsang ang mga bungútun panahun sa piliay, There are goons in droves during elections; v. be a goon. bungutbungutun a. hairy.


bunguy

Cebuano

see bungul.


bunhayag

Cebuano

see bungháyag.


bunhuk

Cebuano

n. mites infesting fowl; v. for fowl to be infested with lice. -un(→) a. infested with fowl mites. babáying -un(→) n. prostitute, esp. one infected with venereal disease.


buni

Cebuano

eczema


búni

Cebuano

v. 1. fill a hole to the top. Nabúni ang bangag sa lápuk, The mud filled the hole; 2. obliterate the traces of something Ang panahun mubúni sa kaguul, Time heals the wounds of sorrow.


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